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Hoccleve I will it to thee knowen be
Thomas Hoccleve, Lady Money’s scornful answer to his petition — a
roundel in twenty-four lines
Author(s): Thomas Hoccleve
Title(s): Lady Money’s scornful answer to his petition
1.Source: San Marino, CA, Henry Huntington Library HM 744 [olim Ashburnham 133; olim Gollancz]
, ff. 52-52v
Hoccleue I wole it to thee knowen be
I lady moneie of the world
Þat haue al thyng vndir my buxumnesse
Nat sette by thy
pleynte risshes three
Myn hy might haddest thow in no cheertee
was in thy slipir sikirnesse…
…My golden heed akith for thy lewdnesse
Go poore wrecche who
settith aght by thee
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Attributed Title: La response (f. 52); Cy ensuent trois chaunceons lune
conpleynante a la dame monoie et lautre La response dele a cellui qui se
conpleynt & la tierce la commendacion de ma dame (f.
Burrow, John, and A. I. Doyle, eds.
Thomas Hoccleve: A Facsimile of the Autograph Verse
s.s. 19 (2002).
“Three Chansons of Hoccleve.”
41 (1892): 542: 1.542.
Hoccleve’s Works: The Minor Poems. vol. 2. EETS
e.s. 73 (1925); repr. with 61, 1970: 36-7.
Hammond, Eleanor Prescott.
English Verse between Chaucer and Surrey.
Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1927: 68.